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December 30, 2016 Likes Comments

We won't forget our old or these new acquaintances

As we close out our 101st year serving the region's businesses and non-profits we want to thank you, our members and our sponsors, for another fantastic year.We deeply value your continued support, participation and friendship. We also want to extend a special welcome to...

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December 27, 2016 Likes Comments

Meet 2016's Super-Networkers

  Here's this year's list of our members who attended the most chamber events in 2016 1.Bunny Aronson (Aronson Insurance Agency) - 34 (events attended) 2.Susana Brown (J. Hilburn Men's Clothier) - 29 3.Pam Fisher (Construction Coordinators) - 26 4.Michelle DeSimone (Needham Bank) - 25 5.Peter Smith (Green Newton) -...

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December 20, 2016 Likes Comments

Women in Networking Committee: Making strides in health, work and life balance

By Melanie Jones The chamber’s Women in Networking Committee was formed to foster and support women in business. As a committee we focused this past year on programs that were educational, empowering, and supportive of women in the workplace. We had four successful events, two...

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December 08, 2016 Likes Comments
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Annual Holiday Party 1/11/2017

Reunite with chamber colleagues, make new connections and celebrate the new year in style! Mount Ida’s stunning 100-year old Shaw Center will overflow with festive hors d’oeuvres, live music and seasonal décor to set the stage for our first big networking bash of 2017.   Join us on Wed....

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December 07, 2016 Likes Comments

N2’s hidden gems-small independent businesses make the district unique

By Gail Spector The N2 Innovation District is gaining recognition as the home of well-known companies like TripAdvisor, CyberArk, PTC and Big Belly Solar. But innovation in the area is not limited to technology-oriented companies. N2 is also dotted with hidden gems employing unusual business models, ...

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December 05, 2016 Likes Comments

Contest for Newton’s next mayor underway

Mayor Setti Warren’s decision to not seek a third term has launched beginning of what’s certain to be a hotly-contested municipal election season in Newton. So far, two veteran City Councilors — Scott...

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December 05, 2016 Likes Comments
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Elliot Bridge now open

It’s hard to believe that such a small bridge could wreak so much havoc. But that’s exactly what happened when the two-lane Cook’s Bridge — connecting Central Ave in Needham with Elliot Street in Newton — was determined to be failing and closed this summer. Commuters who used...

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